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This blog entry details lessons to help students avoid plagiarizing.

A peer-reviewed, open-access journal published biannually, The Journal of Learning Spaces provides a scholarly,... see more

Animated video encourages students to think about copyright law and the appropriate ways to use original work... see more

An overview of copyright guidelines for university students and faculty.

This paper provides a comprehensive review of existing definitions of this construct in major frameworks from higher... see more

UNESCO’s mission is to engender media and information literate societies through a comprehensive strategy which include... see more

Instruction librarians want clear data showing the effectiveness of their workshops as a way of demonstrating their value... see more

The “Exploring Data Worlds at the Public Library” project investigates youth data literacy in the context of... see more

This American Library Association wiki lists information literacy standards, resources for different types of libraries... see more

A simple infographic depicting the sources and methods that students turn to when seeking information for course work and... see more

This community college library guide lists sites to help students evaluate news sources, and suggests assignments on... see more

This library guide from the University of Washington provides several tools for identifying fake news and evaluating... see more

The Open Data Handbook contains guides, case studies, and resources for governments & civil society on the "what, why, &... see more

This paper discusses the bet platform for reading texts, depending on the task.

This resource gives recommendations for finding, evaluating, and citing information sources online; for learning about... see more

This academic library website lists articles about evaluating sources, and gives specific evaluation  strategies for... see more

This website on evaluating resources includes: Part 1: The Need to Evaluate Internet Resources Part 2: Evaluating Online... see more

This web page addresses the issue of "fake news" and uses it as a springboard for talking about finding trustworthy... see more

This academic library's online guide includes tools for evaluating online information, citation help, and peer reviewing.

This website, which is curated by Library Journal, explains how libraries are using and promoting open access materials.... see more

An instructor-oriented website providing assignments, tutorials, instructor guides, and assessment tools based on... see more

This is a self-paced, non-credit course that covers research skills, critical thinking, media and internet literacy, and... see more

A series of information literacy modules from the University of Idaho.

Communications in Information Literacy (CIL) is a peer-reviewed, independently published, and open access journal devoted... see more